Our Courses teach theoretical, ethical, cultural and practical knowledge of the interpreting field, as well as cognitive processing skills to effectively interpret to prepare students for entry-level sign language interpreter positions or to transfer to a four-year institution.
Students will develop competency in receptive and expressive skills in ASL and experience a variety of learning ASL environments, including classroom work, get support from ASL lab and internship experience.
Three Reasons to study ASL with ACC
Gallaudet Transfer Partnership
State Certification Preparation
We are 100% Prepared to help you succeed
The ASLIT Department is 100% Deaf & Native speaking, so you will have no problems with communicating your needs to our faculty and staff.
Our department is 100% ASL – Interpreter Training certified, so you can be confident that our courses will prepare you for the real working world of being an interpreter.
Learn More about the ASL Department
ASL Challenge Exam
Every ASL student will be required to schedule the ASL Course Challenge Exam and because of the unique nature of our curriculum, only select course work can be considered for transfer credit for interpreting courses.
New students should meet with an AoS Advisor to discuss your plan. Transfer students and any students who have completed at least ASL 3 with at least 30 credits should request a Department Advising appointment with Dr. Anderson.
Our program offers degree and certificate programs designed to provide students with a strong foundation of knowledge, skills, and practical experience to become successful working interpreters.